Tag Archives: Decompiler

Creating plugins for dotPeek

In a previous post, we’ve seen that dotPeek supports creating and loading plugins. The NuGet plugin for dotPeek is a good example to demonstrate how to get started creating plugins for dotPeek. Sources for this plugin are available on GitHub. … Continue reading

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Peeking into NuGet packages with dotPeek

Using dotPeek, we can peek into assemblies by downloading symbols or by decompiling them. Out of the box, we can also open NuGet packages stored locally. But what about NuGet packages that we haven’t downloaded yet? Well… there’s a plugin … Continue reading

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Introducing the dotPeek 1.1 EAP

In our recent blog post on the ReSharper 8 EAP, we have mentioned certain improvements to the decompilation support. Today, we are happy to announce that the next version of dotPeek, our free decompiler, has also reached the EAP stage. … Continue reading

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dotPeek 1.0 is Released

Free .NET decompiler and assembly browser from JetBrains is now officially live! Please download dotPeek 1.0 and enjoy high-standard decompilation with ReSharper-inspired navigation and search! Just as a reminder, here’s the list of key dotPeek features: Decompiling .NET Framework 1.0-4.5 … Continue reading

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dotPeek 1.0 Beta Available

If by now you can’t recall what dotPeek is, it’s our free .NET decompiler, and it goes Beta today. Please go ahead and download dotPeek 1.0 Beta for your daily dose of awesomeness. Since the emergence of the previous dotPeek … Continue reading

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dotTrace 5.0 Performance is Live

It’s official: the powerful .NET performance profiler from JetBrains gets a long-awaited update. Please welcome dotTrace 5.0 Performance that you’re invited to download and try. Key features of dotTrace 5.0 Performance include: Attaching to and detaching from an already running … Continue reading

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New dotPeek Build: Base Types and Inheritors in Assembly Explorer

We have today released a new early build of dotPeek, our lovely .NET decompiler and assembly browser. One thing about this new build that’s worth a mention is that from now on, the Assembly Explorer contains nodes representing base types … Continue reading

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dotPeek is Back with New Early Build

After several months of no-show, we’re relieved to provide a new early build of dotPeek — our free .NET decompiler and assembly browser. We apologize for the considerable delay updating the tool, and we expect that as ReSharper 6.1 development … Continue reading

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dotTrace: Profiling decompiled code

As you might know, dotPeek is our Free Decompiler which is currently available under the EAP program. The core engine for dotPeek is also included in ReSharper 6, allowing us to navigate and analyze assemblies for which we do not … Continue reading

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New dotPeek Early Build + Pioneering dotPeek Plug-ins

Quick news on dotPeek that hasn’t been updated since last month. There’s a fresh EAP build (1.0.0.2545) out today that we invite you to download and try. The build provides quite a bit of miscellaneous bug fixes and some noticeable … Continue reading

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